Open spot on the button plus the short stack equalled a jam from Jeff Gross on the feature table just now with [qcth]. Small blind (and healthier stacked) Oskar Prehm thought for a while, then re-raised all in, getting it heads up holding [kdjc]. The board ran out [7cas3d7d8h]; Gross finished
Holding [AcJc], partypoker pro Jeff Gross found himself all in for his last 1,345,000 against Frank Lecce and his [AsKd]. The board ran out [4h2s8cTs2c] and Gross was eliminated.
With about 150,000 in the pot and the board reading [Jh4c6d5c], Eric Afriat bet 90,000 from the small blind and Jeff Gross called from early position. The river was the [9h], Afriat bet 250,000 and Gross used two time extensions before he folded.
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